Serenity Hills says that from the start, developers have prioritised real sustainability and conservation as it's the natural beauty — including the coastal forest, river and ocean — that sets this area apart for investors.
Reece Daniel, developer of Serenity Hills, concludes, "We're excited to support this incredibly important NPO, FreeMe Wildlife, which rehabilitates and cares for wildlife while encouraging biodiversity and conservancy. As green custodians, we are actively contributing towards their work, including supporting the running of its valuable rehabilitation centre."
Showing its gratitude for the support, FreeMe Wildlife shared a social media post:
"We are very excited about the start of our relationship with Serenity Hills, a newly established estate on the South Coast with a focus on protecting pockets of indigenous forest nestled in between old farming land, which will now be converted to an environmentally friendly lifestyle estate," the post reads.
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